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weatherboarding (countable and uncountable, plural weatherboardings)

  1. (architecture) A type of wooden siding in which a house is sided with long, thin, overlapping boards.
    • 1952, Neville Shute, The Far Country, London: Heinemann, Chapter One,[1]
      He stayed with him some time talking about the three-roomed house for Mario, and arranged for him to come and measure up for the timber and weatherboarding required.

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